Happy Gear

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Kingdom Hearts III
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Happy Gear
Happy Gear
"A Keyblade with an emphasis on Strength."
Katakana ハッピーギア
Rōmaji Happī Gia
Form
Strike Form
Formchange(s)
Agile Claws, Twin Yo-Yos
Shotlock(s)
Snakebite, Warp Trick
Obtained
Clear Monstropolis.

Lv Strength Magic Ability

2 +7 +3 Focus Converter
3 +8 +3
4 +8 +4
5 +9 +4
6 +9 +5 Full MP Blast
7 +10 +5
8 +10 +6
9 +11 +6
10 +11 +7
Lv Materials
3 Fluorite KHIII.png x1 Energy Shard KHII.png x4
4 Damascus KHIII.png x1 Energy Stone KHII.png x1
5 Damascus KHIII.png x1 Energy Stone KHII.png x1 Sinister Stone KHIII.png x1
6 Damascus KHIII.png x1 Energy Stone KHII.png x1 Sinister Stone KHIII.png x2
7 Adamantite KHIII.png x1 Energy Gem KHII.png x1
8 Adamantite KHIII.png x1 Energy Gem KHII.png x1 Sinister Gem KHIII.png x1
9 Adamantite KHIII.png x1 Energy Gem KHII.png x1 Sinister Gem KHIII.png x2
10 Electrum KHIII.png x1 Energy Crystal KHII.png x1 Sinister Crystal KHIII.png x1

The Happy Gear is a Keychain for Sora's Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts III. It is obtained after clearing Monstropolis.

Design[edit]

Happy Gear's design is based on the machinery found in the Monsters, Inc. factory. The handle is based on the shaft that lowers doors into place, while the guard comprises of two scare canisters. The base of the blade shows a door and the mechanism holding it in place. The blade itself is the long shaft that carries doors around the factory, with a claw serving as the teeth. A Monsters, Inc. worker's helmet is shown at the tip of the blade. The keychain is a simple black string, with Boo's monster disguise serving as the token.

The Keyblade's name is derived from how Monstropolis is powered by laughter, as well as the machinery that comprises the weapon. Early demo and press released for Happy Gear called it "Smile Gear," which has a similar naming theme.

Other appearances[edit]

Various[please confirm] game retailers offered a special yo-yo inspired by the "Twin Yo-Yos" form change as a preorder bonus for Kingdom Hearts III. [1][please confirm]

Notes and references[edit]

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